163 things you can compost

by Tracy Stokes on September 9, 2006

in Permaculture, Recycling, Sustainable Lifestyle

Being an avid composter, this article by Marion Owen really appealed to me. From now on I will be composting wool socks, old leather gardening gloves, pencil shavings, toenail clippings, wooden toothpicks, stale bread, old pasta, dead bees and flies, and wee from my toddler’s potty. For the full list of 163 things, read Marion’s article here.

Source: EcoFriend

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Pat October 26, 2007 at 2:41 pm

I have a question. Can you compost paper products that contain dyes and/or inks? Would appreciate your response.


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